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Q2 (2022) Wrap-Up: Insights, Blogs, Trending Content & more
6 July 2022
By Mark Laurie

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Welcome to the OracleBio Q2 2022 Wrap-Up.

In this edition, we wrap up all our highlights from the previous 3 months.

There’s a lot to cover, so grab a tea or coffee! ☕

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Trending Content

TRENDING BLOG

Using AI to assess Tertiary Lymphoid Structures in H&E and mIF stained Liver tissue

Karen McClymont – Senior Image Analysis Scientist, describes some recent work where we utilized quantitative digital pathology techniques to assess TLS in haematoxylin and eosin (H&E) and multiplex immunofluorescence (mIF) stained liver tissue.

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TRENDING BLOG

The integration of Deep Learning methods to improve Nuclei Detection and Segmentation

Marianne Cowan – Senior Image Analysis Scientist, discusses different methods to detect and segment nuclei and in particular, gives examples of how AI Deep Learning methods are increasingly being applied within our OracleBio to streamline our image analysis workflow.

Read the Blog (6min~ read)

Hot Off the Press

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Image Analysis Tips

Our Image Analysis Scientists share common image analysis Quality Control (QC) issues, and how to solve them.

#AskOracleBio

In our #AskOracleBio series, we answer some of the common questions we get asked by clients.
Q: “Do you have Clinical Pathologists advising on your studies”?

Absolutely. Our clinical pathologists are fully integrated within our digital pathology workflow, contributing to tissue annotation, algorithm validation, and QC of data. Our platforms even allow us to work collaboratively with your own pathologists if required.

 

Q: “My Histopathology images are proving quite complex to analyse, can OracleBio help?”

We certainly can, and we’re happy to receive example images for an initial assessment by our scientists. We would then be able to advise you on what’s feasible with image analysis and provide you with an estimated cost for the study.

 

Q: “How do I go about sending you my Histopathology images?”

We have a secure cloud server that allows easy upload/ download of images and data from your computer. Our team will provide you with login details for your own dedicated study folder and are on hand to guide you through the process.

 

Q: “How quickly can I get my data?”

Our purpose-built Digital Pathology computing infrastructure ensures data turnaround is not impacted by processing limitations like most traditional IT models. We can process a high number of images simultaneously rather than one by one, ensuring large studies can be turned around in a fraction of the time.

 

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I hope you enjoyed this quarter’s wrap-up!

If you’d like to find out more about any of the topics covered or would like to arrange a chat with our experts regarding a study, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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Thanks,

Mark and the OracleBio team

Karen McClymont

About the author: 

Mark Laurie — Marketing Manager at OracleBio

With over a decade in senior marketing and sales roles within the IT, technology, and entertainment sectors, Mark brings a fresh perspective and unique skill set to lead OracleBio’s global marketing and communications efforts; helping share our story and build our community.

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